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Highlights in Khaolak

Visit a National Park

One of the main attractions of staying in Khao Lak is the national parks nearby. Khao Lak Lam Ru, Khao Sok Thai Muang, and Sri Phang Nga are all within exploring distance offering a welcome break from the modern world and numerous sightseeing trips for nature lovers. At the parks you can go trekking and spot all kinds of wildlife and be amazed at the landscape of towering limestone and granite peaks, crystal-clear waters, thundering waterfalls, exotic plants, and ancient rainforests.

Ton Chong Fa and Sai Rung Lampi are some of the most impressive waterfalls in the parks, the best time of the year to take a dip in their cool clear waters is between July to December.

Go Diving at the Similan Islands

The Similan Islands are very easy to visit as speedboats leave for their stunning shores every day, from late October through to early May, on diving and snorkelling trips. Pristine white sand beaches, crystal-clear water, beautiful rock formations and an astonishing variety of marine life amongst the fan coral gardens, from small reef fish and turtles to parrotfish and leopard sharks.

Visit a Buddhist Temple

Immerse yourself in the mystery of an ancient culture with a trip to one of the Buddhist temples in Khao Lak. Wat Bang Riang, ‘Pagoda Temple’ is a hilltop temple atop Khao Lan Mountain with golden Buddha images and interesting architecture, whilst Tham Suwan Kuha Temple is extraordinary as it’s located inside a large natural cavern set into a limestone mountain with a 15-metre reclining gold Buddha inside.

The Similan Islands are very easy to visit as speedboats leave for their stunning shores every day, from late October through to early May, on diving and snorkelling trips. Pristine white sand beaches, crystal-clear water, beautiful rock formations and an astonishing variety of marine life amongst the fan coral gardens, from small reef fish and turtles to parrotfish and leopard sharks.

Go Shopping at the Street Markets

Bang Niang market is the largest in the area and is held every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. It’s an exciting place to visit with a delicious selection of street food, fried chicken, Thai fabrics, unique souvenirs, fresh fruits, and fruits and vegetables. Try a sugarcane juice or a fresh coconut from one of the stalls and take this opportunity to taste some of Thailand’s best desserts.

Play Golf at an International Course

Spend an afternoon playing golf at one of the nearby international golf courses. Tablamu Royal Navy Golf Course offers an 18-hole layout and has some fantastic views as it plays along the Andaman Sea with the Phuket Mountains in the distance, whilst Kirinara Golf Course is a stunning Japanese designed 9-hole course with mountain streams, dense palm trees and mountainous slopes.